New mixtape featuring past guests of the Hip Hop meets Self-Help podcast PoPolitickin. Volume 10 features 20 songs from Scotty ATL, Chuuwee, Steven Darnell, Haddy Racks, Napolean Da Legend, Von Pea, and more. Subscribe to the PoPolitickin podcast on Apple Music.
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with North Carolina rapper K-Hill.
FreshfromDE is a not your average rap artist. His approach to hip-hop is heavily based on personal lyrics that feel authentic and direct. As an artist, and as a person, he values hard work and perseverance as he goes on his quest to make a name for himself within the industry.
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Legendary artist, producer, and club owner, Alonzo “Lonzo” Williams. Known as the Godfather of West Coast Rap, Lonzo discusses his legacy in West Coast Hip Hop, his memoir and audio book “N.ot W.ithout A.lonzo”, and more.
Mo B. Dick is a founding member of the production team The Medicine Men (formerly Beats by the Pound), which produced most of No Limit Records’ releases from 1995 to 1999. During his stint at No Limit Records, He not only produced tracks, but was also a featured artist on over a dozen songs.
Welcome to another dope episode of PoPolitickin. In this edition, we politick with Baton Rouge, Louisiana hip hop artist Young Bleed.
Bleed discusses his time with No Limit Records, his connection to rappers Kevin Gates, Boosie BadAzz, and more.
Shanell is the R&B voice of Young Money, plus a very talented writer having penned Lil Wayne‘s hit single “Prom Queen“. SnL has received a lot of praise from her boss Weezy on several occasions, even appearing on 4 separate tracks of his Gold certified Rebirth album.
BIANCA has been working intensely on, writing, crafting her sound and today releases her first official single: “Eyes On Me”. Born and raised in Los Angeles, the smile on her face is like the weather, always shining. Being sensual, funny yet edgy and raw, unafraid to be who she is, the whole essence of being your true self, is what her music is about. She aspires to transform all this warmth and lust for life despite the ups and downs, into extraordinary songs she’s putting together for her upcoming mixtape: Cool Kids Travel.
In this episode, we are joined by retired pro wrestler Rasche “Skull Crusher” Brown. Hailing from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Rasche wrestled in the ROH, WCW, WWF, UWF, and many other organizations.
Produced by Mehka (Mecca) for Invisible Man Media, the film shines a light on the burgeoning cannabis industries in Atlanta, Washington D.C.,New York City, New Jersey and Boston,
Chris Rivers brings the vibe this week over Mac Miller’s “Fight The Feeling” with his own rendition “Can’t Fight The Healing” where Chris paints the picture of someone with a broken heart attempting to find connections elsewhere which are ultimately shallow and unfulfilling
St. Louis rapper Woo Child presents his new single “Saturday”, produced by Soleternity, the beatsmith behind songs by Snoop Dogg, Tech-N9ne, Young Buck, Bone Crusher and Khujo of the Goodie Mob
Izzy Strange returns with a Geoffrey Ladd directed video for “Televised” featuring the vocal workings of Tahlyn and outer world production from Casa Nada
Viral Rap Upstart Ervin Mitchell just premiered a video for the unreleased track “Figured Out” exclusively on Apple Music and Facebook
Hoodrich’s Snypa releases a new visual from his Learning 2 Love mixtape titled “All I Ask.”
Boston-bred, Baltimore-based emcee B.Eveready presents his new single “Always Major”, produced by Synesthetic Nation, the production team behind records with Ras Kass, Z-Ro and The Perceptionists
Bay Area, California emcee J.Lately presents his new single “By My Lonely” featuring Locksmith, a fellow Bay Area emcee who has collaborated with 9th Wonder, Ski Beatz, and recently released No Question
Toronto rap artists NameLess & Piracy present “Going To War”, their new single featuring Mickey Factz, which appears on Kin6dom,
Bay Area, California rapper and Distant Relatives member Vocab Slick presents the William Rushton-directed music video for “Flying”
Detroit tween Brooklyn Queen takes her squad “To The Top” with a lively new dance visual accented with moves from popular Los Angeles choreographer Guy Groove. This song will appear on Brooklyn’s upcoming project via BMB / 300.
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Atlanta rapper Yogii. The Edgewood Atlanta native discusses beginnings of his career, plans for the future, and his upcoming album “Picasso”.
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Lena Jackson. Lena Jackson is an underground hip-hop artist and poet hailing from Raleigh, North Carolina.
I feel like I’m so versatile that people don’t really know what to expect from me next because I always switch it up. I feel like people’s attention spans are so short and they are always looking for something new.
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with recording artist Tiffani LeBlanc.
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Sacramento, CA hip hop artist Chuuwee. Dionte Chuuwee Hunter, Born in San Antonio,Texas, Chuuwee has been rapping for eight years. Influenced by his mother and many great mc’s like Jay-Z, Outkast, UGK, and more Chuuwee...
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Boston hip hop artist DMoney Martinez.
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with San Diego hip hop artist 1019 the Numberman.
James Goi Jr., aka The Attract Money Guru™, is the bestselling author of How to Attract Money Using Mind Power–a book that set a new standard for concise, no-nonsense, straight-to-the-point self-help books.
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Detroit native-turned New Yorker J. Cobb.
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Atlanta hip hop artist Scotty ATL.